Address: No. 1, Minzuyuan Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing How to get there: Bus No. 839 and get off at Min Zu Yuan Lu. Bus No. 114, 55 at Min Zu Yuan Xi Lu. Bus No. 407 at Zhong Hua Min Zu Yuan. Telephone: +86 10 62063618

As an excellent tourist attraction, the Chinese Ethnic Culture Park is located on Minzuyuan Road in Chaoyang District. It is a large-scale tourist attraction focused on the heritage, cultural relics and everyday life of 56 ethnic Chinese groups.

China Nationality Museum, which can be found within the park, covers an area of 28.2 hectares, and has more than 100,000 cultural relics on display. Its main exhibition hall is 6,000 square meters, with the stories and varied cultural norms of ethnic groups from different elements of society that are highlighted.

The Chinese Ethnic Culture Park holds a lot of activities every year including various traditional festivals, dance recitals, sports events, cultural exchanges, international conferences and many more. It is a great place for tourists to understand and enjoy different ethnic cultures and customs. Guests of the park may enjoy numerous facilities like free parking and special seating areas for added convenience. As you head there, be sure to bring your camera with you to capture the best moments of this national attraction.

Featured Attractions: Selected Serial Ethnic Minority Culture Exhibitions: Qiang Minority: traditional residence, Qionglong (watch tower residence); Tu Minority: items in daily use exhibition, photos, and water mill imitation Wa Minority: wooden drum house Miao Minority: traditional residence, Nuo Opera Hall Dai Minority: traditional residence exhibition, Manfeilong Stupa, Vietnamese temple Hinayana Buddhism culture display, Water-splashing Dragon Pavilion, Telephone Well Sala Minority: old Islamic Xuanli Tower, Liba residential house made of wood, earth and stone Bai Minority: Bai traditional courtyard made of three rooms and a screen wall, new wedding room for the new couple, Tie-tying work house and room for the seniors Naxi Minority: Dongba Palace reconstitute, Naxi square street Tujia Minority: hand-waving hall, Tujia Hualou - suspending wooden building with 9 pillars and exquisite wood carvings on pillars, beams, windows, doors, etc.

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